point in time where those of you who are just dying to go into space, you can buy a ticket, and a private carrier can potentially take you up there, while the government focuses on the big breakthroughs that require much larger investments and involve much greater risk. mr. dorsey: so, mr. president, we received a lot of responses to your question over the last hour. and we wanted to go through seven of them that we picked out and just spend some time giving feedback on each. this one from brian: "cut defense contracting, end war on drugs, eliminate agribiz and big oil subsidies, invest in public campaign financing." the president: well, that's not a bad list. (laughter.) the defense contracting is something we're already making progress on. i think with respect to the war on drugs, what we've always said is that investing in prevention, reducing demand, is going to be the most cost- effective thing that we can do. we still have to interdict the big drug kingpins and we still have to enforce our drug laws.